If all this doesn’t work for you it’s always possible to backup your database via your hoster: Just use the phpMyAdmin backend to download a copy of the database.
But the easiest would be to just delete the WP Migrate DB plugin files from your webspace, reinstall it via the Wordpress backend and do the backup with the plugin.
Did you try this already?
Do you have any custom code or plugins installed?
Are all your pictures optimized regarding file size? ✲
I get 82-85 points for desktop and mobile with my (picture heavy) Lay Theme site without any caching, though.
Your images seem to be pretty big for the sizes they have: Try using an optimization tool like XnConvert before you upload images to Wordpress. (Photoshop is veeery bad at compressing and optimizing images.)
Hi @mariusjopen it occurs in Chrome with a window size around 1440px × max-height.
I was testing with a disabled cache and went from this project, scrolled down and clicked next project → then the new function doesn’t seem to render the full viewport.
Same issue when starting with this project and then jumping to the next with the next project → button.
Seems to be some issue with the elements not being registerd as being in view or similar – Couldn’t reproduce this with Safari, though.
@arminunruh that one doesn’t seem to be fixed, though…
I just realised that the new mobile menu style messed up the old mobile menu setup. It changed the menu to Style 1 although it was set to Desktop Menu Style – That’s totaly fine as this comes with the new features I suppose and it can be changed back.
But here comes the Issue: I cannot set it back to the way the desktop style menu was set up before – The menu points just lie beneath my logo / menu bar now although the settings seem to be the same as they were before.
When I change the space top I’m only able to move the menu point nearer to the bar but I cannot get them inside said bar. This kinda looks unacceptable and is a bit annoying…
Some of the settings for the Desktop Style Menu seem to be irrelevant / overkill for that type of menu (like menu point paddings and space between). Imho it should be more like the Desktop menu (and I think that’s the way it was before…)
This is how it looks now – doesn’t seem to work and kinda confusing:
This is how it should be imho:
Seems to be a bug – Would be cool if you guys could have a look into and fix it back.
Thank you! 💋
I thought I read a post that’s addressing a similar issue but I couldn’t find it.
So if there is anything similar I’m sorry to have opened a new thread for that…
EDIT: Found the related post over here 🔗
T H A N K S ! 🤝
There’s one feature-request that’s bugging me, but perhaps someone else might also consider this useful:
Overall this feature feels cool! But some (larger) elements feel weird when they are sliding in on scroll. So it would be cool to have a simple checkbox (or a class) to disable the on-scroll event for specific elements.
Unfortunately that’s perfectly normal since the font-rendering in browsers and desktop applications is wastly different. Especially when you are using white text on dark backgrounds – it bleeds.
Best is to choose a font that has a light weight as an option for these applications.